New Fiction

new bookwormThe Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende: An exquisitely crafted love story and multigenerational epic that sweeps from present-day San Francisco to Poland and the United States during WWII.

The Wild Inside by Christine Carbo: A special agent for the Department of the Interior, Ted Systead, investigates a murder in Glacier National Park where a victim was tied to a tree and mauled by a grizzly bear.

Blood, Salt, Water by Denise Mina: A wealthy businesswoman disappears without a trace, leaving her husband and children panicked but strangely resistant to questioning. When a connection to someone close to Alex Marrow surfaces, the case gets more personal than she could have imagined

Ashley Bell by Dean Koontz: Bibi Blair’s doctors tell her that she’s dying. Two days later, she’s impossibly cured. She becomes obsessed with the idea that she was spared because she is meant to save someone else. Someone named Ashley Bell. This proves to be a dangerous idea.

After She’s Gone by Lisa Jackson: When actress Cassie Kramer’s superstar sister Allie goes missing, Cassie looks like a suspect then ends up in a psych ward. Is she just imagining the sinister figure who comes to her bedside, whispering about Allie–a visitor of whom there is no record? Is someone trying to help–or drive her mad?

The Bone Labyrinth by James Rollins: An archaeologist discovers a subterranean Catholic chapel, hidden for centuries, holding the bones of a Neanderthal woman. In the same cavern system, elaborate primitive paintings tell of a battle between tribes of Neanderthals and monstrous shadowy figures.

The Forgotten Soldier by Brad Taylor: Pike Logan returns with his most dangerous and personal threat yet: a Taskforce Operator gone rogue, and he is forced to choose between his friend and the administration he’s sworn to protect.

Prodigal Son by Danielle Steel: Fraternal twin brothers Peter and Michael McDowell never managed to leave behind the animosity that took root in their childhood until their paths intersect at a lake cottage where they spent their summers and they begin to make peace with the past.

White Collar Girl by Renee Rosen: Takes us deep into the tumultuous world of 1950s Chicago where a female journalist struggles with the heavy price of ambition and every second of every day, something is happening.

Secret Sisters by Jayne Ann Krentz: Madeline and Daphne were once as close as sisters–until a secret tore them apart. Now it might take them to their graves. They knew his name, the man who tried to brutally attack twelve-year-old Madeline in her grandmother’s hotel. They thought they knew his fate, until a dying man’s last words convey a warning: the secrets they buried have been discovered.

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